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Workshop on Computational Meaning Representations

About This Event

This workshop will bring together computational psycholinguists from Cornell University and University of Rochester. The workshop focuses on algorithms to expand existing meaning representations, incrementally process these representations, and explore the psycholinguistic validity of such algorithms/representations to better understand incremental processing in humans. Working Group Organizers and their students will present recent and ongoing work as a way of building collaborations between the groups and developing joint projects to pursue in the future.

Featured Guests

Thomas Darnell (Cornell University) Forrest Davis (Cornell University) Jin Dou (University of Rochester) William Gantt (University of Rochester) John Starr (Cornell University) Elias Stengel-Eskin (Johns Hopkins University)

April 1, 2022, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Morrill 106, Cornell University

LIN14: Computational Cognitive Models of Meaning

Category: Workshop or Mini-Seminar

Audience: Open only to Members of the Working Group

Host: Cornell University